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Poems of Resistance: The Heroism of Survival in an Oppressive Society Poet & Playwright Robert Earl Price at Kent County Public Library

On Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 Kent County Public Library welcomes African-American poet and playwright Robert Earl Price for a presentation that weaves together readings from his work with insights into the key events that shaped his career as a black cultural worker in America. Mr. Price is a veteran of the Black Arts Movement that […]

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Friday Nites in Caroline presents Walt Michael & Co.

Caroline County’s concert season continues at the Caroline County Public Library’s Central Library in Denton with the sounds of hammered dulcimer virtuoso Walt Michael & Co. on Friday, February 16 th at 7:00 pm. Admission is free. Considered to be a virtuoso of tremendous influence in the revival of the hammered dulcimer, Walt Michael’s wide […]

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Writer Kim Zarins, Who Puts a Modern Teen Spin on The Canterbury Tales, to Read at the Rose O’Neill Literary House

Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales may make some people yawn, but not the way writer Kim Zarins tells the story. Zarins, a professor of medieval and children’s literature and author of the novel Sometimes We Tell the Truth, retells the tale from the point of view of modern teens, who change things up in unpredictable, entertaining, sympathetic […]

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Garfield Center Announces Open Auditions for Musical Sweeney Todd

The Garfield Center for the Arts is holding open auditions for their spring musical, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street on February 6th & 8th at 6pm and February 10th at 11am. Seasoned director Shelagh Grasso will be casting her Garfield Center debut show, which is scheduled to open on April 27th and […]

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QA Centre for the Arts Small Works Evening with Keri Anthony

The Queen Anne’s County Centre for the Arts is pleased to present a Small Works cocktail evening with musical performer and lovely songstress, Keri Anthony. Playing catchy acoustic rock tunes with a soulful edge from the 70s and 80s, Keri can capture an audience with her timeless vocals and haunting guitar work. So come join […]

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Washington College’s Spring 2018 Concert Series Begins

Washington College’s Spring 2018 Concert Series begins on February 2 , 2018 and will include genres from chamber music to spirituals. Each performance will be in Hotchkiss Recital Hall and begin at 7:30 p.m., except for the free concert on February 2, which will be held at noon. Tickets for all other performances are $20 […]

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Jim and Diane Landskroener (right) and Lindsey Hammer in Church Hill Theatre's 2016 production of "Games Afoot" - Photo:SG Atkinson

Jim and Diane Landskroener to Receive 2017 Kenny Award

Kent County Arts Council The Hedgelawn Foundation and the Kent County Arts Council announce the recipients of the 2017 KENNY AWARD for commitment to the Arts in Kent County: Diane & Jim Landskroener The Landskroener’s have been a staple on Kent (and Queen Anne’s) County stages since the 1980’s. Together they have asked some of […]

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